Corbie Park

Corbie Park

Group Leaders: Greg Whitmore, Ross Kelly and Deanna Meth The site is located on the north bank of Enoggera Creek in Corbie Park extending to the bridge on Ashgrove Avenue. The group has undertaken weeding, planting and mulching the riparian area. They have installed...
Corbie Park

Three Mile Scrub

Group convenor: Chris Galbraith The area between Ashgrove and Newmarket, along Ashgrove Avenue, was originally known as the Three Mile Scrub. Remnant areas of this lowland rainforest remain in the Banks Street Reserve and along Enoggera Creek. The Three Mile Scrub...
A working bee Saturday, 29 March 2008

A working bee Saturday, 29 March 2008

More photos by Mark Crocker at a typical working bee. On this Saturday we went to the SOWNy club at 98 Yoorala Street, spent some time putting labels on local species along the walking track, and then checked out the creek. This photo shows one of our Hillbrook...
A working bee Saturday, 15 March 2008

A working bee Saturday, 15 March 2008

These photos by Mark Crocker document a typical working bee. On this Saturday we worked on Fish Creek just upstream from the junction of Fish and Enoggera creeks. We had help from a visiting family, and two students from Hillbrook doing community service, part of...
Corbie Park

Walton Bridge Reserve

Group convenor: Anne Jones Where Fish Creek meets Enoggera Creek, Walton Bridge Reserve is an urban rainforest in the heart of The Gap. The site has been a reserve since the nineteenth century and contains an important patch of remnant dry rainforest. It is linked to...
Corbie Park

Getting Started – First working bee May 2007

Habitat Brisbane kicks off with a chat A group of around 25 locals turned up for the first working bee of this new group. The meeting was addressed by Darryl Rush of Habitat Brisbane, Melinda Mclean (Catchment Coordinator) and several SOWN regulars including Trevor...